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Caleb Barge is a NYC based comedian that is the creator of the Were Going To Hell podcast. He recently was accepted into the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival, Harlem Comedy Festival, Trial by Laughter Comedy Festival, and Palm Springs Comedy Festival. He won the bronze award for best video editor at the Mindfield Film festival. He is the creator and co-host of the comedy podcast called We're Going to Hell. He grew up in a college, hippie town called New Paltz in the Hudson Valley, and that is why he hates Sublime. Being raised strict Christian, his retort when asked what type, like Evangelical or Catholic, he simply responds, "the one where they speak in tongues and hate gay people." His upbringing taught him to question everything, especially authority. A lot of his material is influenced by this, but he loves to talk about sex and drugs. He believes all drugs should be decriminalized and sex work should be legal for the rights of the individual.(Mostly for his own personal reasons.) If it wasn't for comedy, Caleb thinks he would be in a similar situation like John Candy in “Cool Runnings,” but without the bobsledding. In his early 20's, he discovered comedians that made him feel less lonely, if that makes sense. They made him ponder and have thoughts like "Oh, I think like that, too." The Caleb Barge podcast hopes to entertain you in more ways than one. Love each other.

Caleb Barge is a NYC based comedian that is the creator of the Were Going To Hell podcast. He recently was accepted into the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival, Harlem Comedy Festival, Trial by Laughter Comedy Festival, and Palm Springs Comedy Festival. He won the bronze award for best video editor at the Mindfield Film festival. He is the creator and co-host of the comedy podcast called We're Going to Hell. He grew up in a college, hippie town called New Paltz in the Hudson Valley, and that is why he hates Sublime. Being raised strict Christian, his retort when asked what type, like Evangelical or Catholic, he simply responds, "the one where they speak in tongues and hate gay people." His upbringing taught him to question everything, especially authority. A lot of his material is influenced by this, but he loves to talk about sex and drugs. He believes all drugs should be decriminalized and sex work should be legal for the rights of the individual.(Mostly for his own personal reasons.) If it wasn't for comedy, Caleb thinks he would be in a similar situation like John Candy in “Cool Runnings,” but without the bobsledding. In his early 20's, he discovered comedians that made him feel less lonely, if that makes sense. They made him ponder and have thoughts like "Oh, I think like that, too." The Caleb Barge podcast hopes to entertain you in more ways than one. Love each other.
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Caleb Barge is a NYC based comedian that is the creator of the Were Going To Hell podcast. He recently was accepted into the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival, Harlem Comedy Festival, Trial by Laughter Comedy Festival, and Palm Springs Comedy Festival. He won the bronze award for best video editor at the Mindfield Film festival. He is the creator and co-host of the comedy podcast called We're Going to Hell. He grew up in a college, hippie town called New Paltz in the Hudson Valley, and that is why he hates Sublime. Being raised strict Christian, his retort when asked what type, like Evangelical or Catholic, he simply responds, "the one where they speak in tongues and hate gay people." His upbringing taught him to question everything, especially authority. A lot of his material is influenced by this, but he loves to talk about sex and drugs. He believes all drugs should be decriminalized and sex work should be legal for the rights of the individual.(Mostly for his own personal reasons.) If it wasn't for comedy, Caleb thinks he would be in a similar situation like John Candy in “Cool Runnings,” but without the bobsledding. In his early 20's, he discovered comedians that made him feel less lonely, if that makes sense. They made him ponder and have thoughts like "Oh, I think like that, too." The Caleb Barge podcast hopes to entertain you in more ways than one. Love each other.

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English


Episodes

Brian Jian and I take DMT

4/2/2019
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Brian Jian is a stand up comedian and writer. Check out his graphic novel on Amazon - Broken Toys, "Extraordinary Machines." Follow him on Instagram: @jianbrian and @bruceandbruceshow. Follow him on Twitter: @brianjian. Brian and Caleb take DMT - 1:07:00.

Duration:01:24:00

DMT Talk

3/28/2019
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Caleb reads and discusses the two articles below, sex toys, the Netflix show 'Love, Death, + Robots," and DMT. Alcoholic Rats EU internet censorship (not the same article that I read) https://www.calebbarge.com/

Duration:00:47:12

Alex Fossella

3/26/2019
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Alex Fossella is a comedian, writer, and podcaster. He has written for CBS, some Ecards, and the Modern Day Philosophers podcast. He also has his own podcast called Broadway Baby which was featured in Vulture magazine. Supposed Time Reversal Female orgasm make men feel more masculine https://www.calebbarge.com/

Duration:01:25:29

Good Sex

3/21/2019
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***NSFW*** Caleb reads and discusses the two articles below, the key to good sex, how to perform cunnilingus, people who are offended by jokes, different types of relationships, and yoni massage. Mini Brains Jack the Ripper Identified (not the same article that I read) https://www.calebbarge.com/

Duration:00:43:39

Robert Cangiano

3/19/2019
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Robert Cangiano is a filmmaker, photographer, and a friend.

Duration:02:26:52